Also damn, I just can't get over how awesome the ProMotion screen is. It may actually become a very 1st world problem here the Macbook will also have one when it arrives some time in the next month, and if it's anywhere near as good, I may just be forced to upgrade my desktop monitors to 120/144Hz as well. Never thought the difference would be this noticeable in normal day-to-day app usage.
I never store anything on my ipads. The lowest storage tier has always been fine for me.
for iPhone I tend to go one storage tier higher than base, but iOS offloads photos to icloud as you go along so i never have issues with my phones filling up either.
Also i have a Macbook now, never had one. Should be interesting, I’ve only used Windows PCs for basically all my life. It’s also tiny but can’t really comment yet. I have used iPads and obviously iphones before, anything I should know before diving in?
I disagree on the whole trackpad thing. Ive been forced to use it recently (because the mouse was flat and has a stupidly placed chargeport)…. It’s all backwards
It’s probably me again not being used to the mac way of doing things, but right clicking and scrolling is just weird.
For me, there is.Entirely out of interest: why? What’s the rationale behind having an iPod nowadays, especially one that’s basically an iPhone (7?)?
Basically the above for me, makes me surprised they even kept it alive this long.
I'm currently using my old iphone on flight mode for tunes in the X5, though after some time of no use, the battery life sucks - which was part of the reason it was replaced as a phone anyway.I still have an 80GB iPod 5th gen used somewhat regularly. I like it because it does nothing else, so I got for walks or something, I don't feel the need to check something that doesn't matter.
Either that Phone supports esim so you move that over (digitally rather than physically) or you have your carrier send you a new physical sim to replace the esim.So if I get an iPhone with an eSIM option. Once I turn that physical SIM card to an eSIM, what happens when I need to upgrade to another phone?